Kirk Ratajesak is an acknowledged, internationally-known artist experienced in various styles of carving.

Mr. Ratajesak has been doing handcrafted artwork in wood since 1973. In 1992, Kirk extended his talents to more aggressively pursue carving. Most of his current work is in a style of carving called intaglio, described in the dictionary as "ornamentation with figure or design sunk below the surface."

Kirk has displayed his carved works of art at national and local shows. His work covers all 50 states, as well as over 30 foreign countries.

Kirk Ratajesak's work has been featured in books and magazines as well as local news papers over the past 40 years.

All carving is done by hand one at a time with no lasers or CNC.